Android L will face the same problems that have faced earlier incarnations of Android, and that is that the migration rate will be glacially slow, and that the majority of existing Android users will need to buy new devices in order to benefit.
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes sifts through the marketing hyperbole and casts his critical eye over the latest technological innovations to find out which products make the grade and which don't.
Adrian Kingsley-Hughes is an internationally published technology author who has devoted over a decade to helping users get the most from technology.
Is the word 'fanless' now little more than marketing fluff? It seems so, with HP marketing its new Chromebox as fanless when it is indeed cooled by a fan.
Why Windows 8's usage share is at 12 percent, what that means, and why it doesn't really matter in the long run.
Given the broad choice, combined with rock-bottom prices, there's never been a better time to pick up a new Android tablet! Here are my pick of the top Android tablets for July 2014.
Time once again to take a tour of a handful of the best Android phones currently available on the market (July 2014). Here are a handful of the best Android-powered handsets currently on offer, some new, some old, so whether you're after a handset for personal use, of one suited to BYOD, there bound to be one here for you.
Apple fixes wifi issues, improves wake from sleep, and pushes an updated Safari onto Mac users.
Apple patches iOS 7 bugs and improves the platform's underlying iBeacon technology.
Android has one billion active monthly users, and over the past year it has paid out $5 billion to developers. Sounds good until you realize that iOS users spend four times as much on apps.
When we think of mobile tech, minds invariably jump to Apple. The iPhone and the iPad have been such a success that many see them as spearheading the post-PC revolution. But let us not forget Android, the platform commands some 80 percent of shipments and sees some 1.5 million new devices being activated daily.
Despite having sold about one of every three smartphones shipped globally last year, Samsung is dabbling in luxury televisions and investing in memory chip production to diversify away from smartphones and tablets.